Little did we know when we visited two years ago that Sandy (my sister) was such a lover of Moose Munch. She asked us how much we bought when we got back to her house two years ago, but alas, we only had a few bars...which we gladly shared. This time we just had to go there to get some for ourselves...to see just how good this stuff is.
LOOK at this wall! All Moose Munch!!!! There are all kinds of Moose Munch.
Here are just FOUR of the many flavors of Moose Munch. These, and more, are always available. But they also have SPECIAL Moose Munch that they offer from time to time. That's what we got....
Of course they had samples of these special flavors, and we picked the Apricot Mango and Neapolitan Moose Munch. Hmmm Good...we are going to save them for special moments along our trip.
Of course, Harry and David are known for many things...their fresh pears and other fruits are at the top of everyone's list...except for the LEMON LOVER. We found these three special treats, Lemon Curd, Meyer Lemon Marmalade and Lemon Spice Chutney that Marcia just couldn't say no to. And when I showed her the Marmalade...MEYER LEMON Marmalade, I thought she was going to open it and try it right there on the spot!
As you can see here, Harry and David has lots and lots and lots of stuff. They opened at 9:00 am, right when we pulled into the parking lot. At 9:30 they announced their first tour, which did not seem to have that many people there...but you really should call and get a reservation for the tour, and there is a small fee which is very worth while. Of course, we will HAVE to stop on our way back to Sacramento from our Alaska adventure, the question is, how much Moose Munch can the motorhome carry?
The first part of the day the sky was pretty blue, but the further north we got, the more the skies were painted with clouds.
Oregon is a wonder state...lots to see as you drive through, and lots to see and do if want to stick around for awhile. We are on a mission, a mission northward...and we spent a good bit of time twice now in Oregon. Still lots to see, which means there will need to be another visit..but that is for another day.
As we were going along, stopping from time to time, I did readings on our coach batteries, and the motorhome's alternator is not charging the house batteries. When the batteries were loose, I am sure there must have been some sparking going on, and we either blew a inline fuse, which I can not locate, or we blew a solenoid or a relay. So we are at McKay Truck and RV Services in Albany. They were along our route, could get to use first thing Friday, have free night hookups for us, and had good reviews on RV Service Reviews. We hope to be on the road by noon...but only time will tell. If not, we will adjust our schedule again...but this should be a fairly easy fix, one that someone with more knowledge than I could easily fix.